New mobile TV streaming service for SA

The mobile television division of South African pay-TV firm MultiChoice, DStv Mobile, has launched a mobile TV streaming service in association with mCel, the Mozambican mobile operator and the country’s largest operator by subscribers. The duo are offering the option of a free, one-off 24-hour trial, following which users can subscribe to one of three subscription packages: Daily MZN30 (USD1, 40MB allowance), WeeklyMZN150 (160MB allowance), or Monthly MZN299 (320MB data allowance).

AfricaCast (Cape Town, November 12 – 14), the region’s premier show on the future of broadcasting, kicks off early next month. For booking and more info go here.

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